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Old 01-05-2014, 10:22 AM  
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People will join a few of these forums for quick answers and when they think they have a good understanding, they're gone.
And hopefully they'll be back when the next difficult problem pops up, back to the forums or the people that helped them.


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Old 01-05-2014, 05:13 PM  
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Neil and I agree to disagree a little on this point. Yes there are some who have that one and only problem. Come here ask the question get a answer and are gone. But there are also a lot of people that after looking around realize just reading these threads and hearing of others troubles and solutions realize that's something worth remembering and start getting more and more DIY bug. The third group I think I might fall into and that's I just enjoy reading about this stuff even though I have done it for 50 years. Learning new stuff and helping people with stuff I do know.



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I'm a DIYer because I hate not being able to fix things myself. It bugs me, but typically I just get my wife and she figures it out.

She can't cook, but she can fix anything!

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I'm a DIYer because I hate not being able to fix things myself. It bugs me, but typically I just get my wife and she figures it out.

She can't cook, but she can fix anything!
In that case I hope you can cook.
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LOL, did it commercially for a decade, and do it every night at home.

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LOL, did it commercially for a decade, and do it every night at home.
Where in this hierarchy did you fit?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cook_(profession)


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